Being creative is part of her life! In 2010, Milly Tseng made a conscious decision to re-connect with her passion for painting by becoming involved with local art programs. Despite holding down a full time job, she managed to squeeze in time to indulge in her passion for dabbling with paints. Now that she has taken early retirement from her day job, she will spend more time in exploring and developing her artistic expression.
Her plan is to achieve a level of comfort working with multiple mediums and styles. Although she paints predominantly with acrylic on canvas, she also enjoys pencil drawing/sketching, painting with oils and water colours. She will likely add more mediums to this list as she experiments with more options and techniques! Her subject matter ranges from floral, nature, still life to abstract.
A keen gardener with a deep love for nature and the outdoors, she is inspired by the blooms in her garden and the places she has visited.
Milly's art has been recognised in multiple juried art shows and competitions and, has found homes in the US, India and Canada.
Her aim is to nourish her artistic aptitude, and create for the love of creating.
Thank you for visiting her page. Hope you enjoyed her creations.
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Two of my mini paintings on display at - Creative Outlets - Exhibition at the Helson Gallery, Georgetown, ON
Curator: Judy Daley
Featuring work by sixty local artists, photographers, crafters and writers created during the past six months. From celebrating the enduring landscape to examining how COVID-19 has impacted our daily lives, the exhibition will provide a unique glimpse into the artistic process.
The Helson Gallery is open Weds – Sunday from 1 – 5 pm. Please note that mask wearing and social distancing are required when visiting the gallery. The gallery is staffed by volunteer docents and hours may be subject to their availability.
Presenting my abstract paintings for the first time. The inspiration for Mirage Series comes from the wisteria blooms in my garden and the colour of amethyst.
@ Steve Wilson Studio and The Gallery, Niagara Falls, ON